- Scientists call for continuing Great Lakes wolf protections Updated: Nov-24-15 1:23 pm
TRAVERSE CITY, Michigan - Gray wolves in the western Great Lakes region should not yet be removed from the federal endangered species list, a group of scientists and scholars said Tuesday, disagreeing with colleagues who said the population has rebounded sufficiently.
- Reward offered in poaching of gray wolf in Upper Peninsula Updated: Nov-23-15 5:55 pm
HOUGHTON, Michigan - State officials are offering a reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the shooting of a gray wolf in the Upper Peninsula's Houghton County.
- Colorado wildlife officials revisit wolf concerns Updated: Nov-23-15 5:50 pm
GRAND JUNCTION, Colorado - Colorado wildlife officials are considering renewing their opposition to the introduction of wolves as the federal government considers recovery plans for the Mexican wolf.
- New Mexico Game Commission delays decision on wolf permit Updated: Nov-20-15 5:01 am
ROSWELL, New Mexico - The State Game Commission has decided to delay a decision on an appeal that would allow endangered Mexican gray wolves to be kept at Ted Turner's ranch in southern New Mexico.
- Wolf killings down in Idaho, but Cascade area defies trend Updated: Nov-19-15 2:10 pm
BOISE, Idaho - The number of livestock killed by wolves has declined in Idaho this year, officials say, but the Cascade area defied the trend.
- Officials remove wolf from state endangered species list Updated: Nov-10-15 5:40 am
PORTLAND, Oregon - Oregon wildlife officials have voted to remove the gray wolf from the state's Endangered Species Act list.
- Officials remove wolf from state endangered species list Updated: Nov-10-15 1:07 am
PORTLAND, Oregon - Oregon wildlife officials voted in Salem Monday to remove the gray wolf from the state's Endangered Species Act list.
- Oregon faces cultural divide over protections for wolves Updated: Nov-07-15 12:44 pm
PORTLAND, Oregon - Eradicated in Oregon over half a century ago, wolves are re-establishing a foothold in the state - but their fragile comeback is deepening a cultural divide over how much protection they need.
- Iowa roadside Zoo under scrutiny Updated: Nov-07-15 10:33 am
MANCHESTER, Iowa - It's a sunny fall morning as Pam Sellner greets the dozen home-schooled children taking a field trip to her roadside zoo and shows them Consuela, a 2-year-old kinkajou.
- Wolf attacks 3 cattle in first southern Oregon attack Updated: Nov-06-15 2:31 pm
SALEM, Oregon - Oregon wildlife officials say a wolf attacked three cattle last weekend, killing one and wounding two others.
- GPS collar stops tracking wandering wolf OR-7 Updated: Oct-30-15 12:38 pm
BEND, Oregon - The wolf OR-7 became globally famous when he took off from his northeast Oregon pack four years ago and wandered thousands of miles in search of a mate, his movement tracked by a GPS satellite.
- Wisconsin legislator touts bill to curb hunter harassment Updated: Oct-28-15 4:48 pm
MADISON, Wisconsin - A Republican lawmaker is trying persuade a committee to approve his bill prohibiting people from harassing hunters in the woods.
- Feds convene team to examine only wild red wolf population Updated: Oct-27-15 4:58 pm
RALEIGH, North Carolina - Federal officials say a new team convened to examine the only wild population of red wolves will include representatives on opposite sides of the issue.